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Academic & Professional Books  Mammals  Primates

The Multimedia Guide to the Non-Human Primates

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By: Frances Burton and Matthew Eaton
298 pages, B/w photos
The Multimedia Guide to the Non-Human Primates
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  • The Multimedia Guide to the Non-Human Primates ISBN: 9780132071680 Compact Disc Dec 1995 Out of Print #57639
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Programming and Design: Matthew Eaton
This CD-ROM and User's Guide package combines photos, illustrations, video, sound and text to provide a multimedia guide to the natural history of more than 200 species. Under three headings (attributes, ecology, and social behaviour), easy access is provided to detailed information. The material is structured so that it can be used in lectures or for research.

Contents

Part 1: Technical Information. System Requirements. Installation. Part 2: Description of the Project. Objective of the Project. Overview: I. Contents. II. The Species Screen. III. Glossary. IV. Select. V. Index. VI. Notepad. VII. Movie. VIII. Search. IX. Quiz. X. Quit. Part 3: Instructors Guide. Suggestions on How to Use the Program: I. The Library; II. The Laboratory; III. The Lecture. Sample Assignments: I. Species Expertise; II. Species Recognition; III. Comparisons.

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Textbook
By: Frances Burton and Matthew Eaton
298 pages, B/w photos
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